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To add to the chaos further, when the security camera still is lightened, you get the word “KILL” next to where it says “SECURITY MODE.” And the word “SECURITY” has a certain red/blue distortion behind it. And Mark’s avatar on his social media is just a black square. As if you’re staring into an empty void. When you…

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More evidence…

To add to the chaos further, when the security camera still is lightened, you get the word “KILL” next to where it says “SECURITY MODE.” And the word “SECURITY” has a certain red/blue distortion behind it. And Mark’s avatar on his social media is just a black square. As if you’re staring into an empty void. When you…

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Not my musing, it was on the #darkiplier tag, but apparently if you count each of the letters in the Instagram post back by 5, you get “And he”. First part of a message maybe?

melissatreglia: Interesting. I hadn’t heard that one. But I counted back myself, and ended up with the letters H, D, E, A and N. Which could indeed be unscrambled as “and he.” Alternatively, there is apparently something in source code someone found, that includes a comment to the effect of “Is it an anagram or random letters?”…

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Not my musing, it was on the #darkiplier tag, but apparently if you count each of the letters in the Instagram post back by 5, you get “And he”. First part of a message maybe?

melissatreglia: Interesting. I hadn’t heard that one. But I counted back myself, and ended up with the letters H, D, E, A and N. Which could indeed be unscrambled as “and he.” Alternatively, there is apparently something in source code someone found, that includes a comment to the effect of “Is it an anagram or random letters?”…

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Not my musing, it was on the #darkiplier tag, but apparently if you count each of the letters in the Instagram post back by 5, you get “And he”. First part of a message maybe?

Interesting. I hadn’t heard that one. But I counted back myself, and ended up with the letters H, D, E, A and N. Which could indeed be unscrambled as “and he.” Alternatively, there is apparently something in source code someone found, that includes a comment to the effect of “Is it an anagram or random letters?” Which…

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